Government IT Security & Risk Management
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September 2017 will see the launch of a new government scheme aimed at providing teenagers with the cyber security skills they would require for a […]
In a bid to help reduce costs and improve the use of technology within the health service, the Government has called for all NHS Organisations […]
THE UK’S PREMIER EVENT FOR CYBER SECURITY, INFOSEC AND RISK MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS AND DECISION-MAKERS LOOKING TO PROTECT KEY PUBLIC SECTOR ICT ASSETS AND INFRASTRUCTURES
Information security is fundamental to agile, responsive and high quality public services. The UK has almost doubled its investment to protect Britain from cyber-attack with £1.9 billion allocated over the course of the next five years. Added to what the government is spending on core cyber security capabilities, protecting its own networks and ensuring safe and secure online services, the governments total spending will be more than £3.2 billion.
WHITEHALL MEDIA’s 4TH ANNUAL GovSec CONFERENCE IS GEARED AROUND ENABLING GOVERNMENT TO FUNCTION EFFECTIVELY, SAFELY AND SECURELY THROUGH IMPROVED IT, INFORMATION AND INFRASTRUCTURAL SECURITY.
Join hundreds of senior cyber security, InfoSec and risk management professionals to discuss the threat landscape, opportunities to detect and defeat attacks through appropriate skills and capabilities as well as best practice and approaches required to protect critical national systems and networks.
Through a series of thought-leadership and case-study presentations, we showcases the very best examples of how public bodies are building resilience and utilising technology to solve strategic security issues.
Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unitview full profile
Head of Information Governance, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trustview full profile
Head of IT Security, IT Audit and Compliance, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicineview full profile
Improvement Programme Manager, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabularyview full profile